Those that have studied the New Testament or have just taken the time to read through the New Testament are very familiar with the writings of Paul, the man who met Jesus face-to-face on the road to Damascus. The person who was once known as Saul, the persecutor of the church, became Paul. He would be destined to write most of the New Testament letters.In this book, the author uncovers 15 assertion statements for the Philippian church, and also today's church, in Paul's letter to the Philippians. Genuine Christianity seeks to educate and remind Christians today what it means to live a genuine Christian faith through an expositional analysis of this New Testament letter.What does genuine, Christian faith look like? And how can believers apply this genuine faith? This book helps answer these questions.